We know you miss pizza night and we KNOW you feel guilty when you do give in. So we put on our thinking caps and got busy!
We have taken out the middle man, dropped the carbs AND the calories, covered for our gluten-loving ingfit fam and placed the solution for a guilt free pizza night right into YOUR hands.
Having a ready to go ingfit pizza base in your cupboard takes all the hassle out of starting from scratch, while still enjoying the aromatic and satisfying experience of freshly baked pizza dough!
It's literally as simple as adding water and baking, and rolling as thick or thin as you prefer and a doughy or crispy pizza base is minutes away.
*WARNING: contains gluten.
RECOMMENDED: Purchase with bamboo fiber as it's used as part of the recipe.
See below for more info on ingredients, nutrition and instructions.
wheat protein, milk protein, organic golden linseed flour*, psyllium fiber, bamboo fiber, yeast, pink crystal salt. *(partially de-oiled).
allergens: Contains cow's milk and seeds. May contain traces of other peel fruits, oil seeds, peanuts and shelled ingredients.
nutrition (per 100g dough)
Net Weight: 150 grams , makes approximately two pizza bases.
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Pour the pizza mix into a bowl with one tablespoon of olive oil.Prepare 250ml water and add slowly to the mixture and mix by hand. Knead the baking mixture for around two minutes until you have a nice, firm dough. It's best to add around 180ml water first and add more if required, part by part, until you get the right consistency. Sprinkle around 1 tbsp of ingfit bamboo fibre onto a clean work surface and split the dough into one or two equal-sized balls. Roll evenly and thinly into your desired pizza shape using a rolling pin. Place onto a greased baking tray and bake for 10-15 minutes in a preheated oven at 200 degrees celcius but monitor as baking times may vary from oven to oven (for even better results, use a pizza stone). Remove from the oven and add your pizza sauce and toppings of your choice, then bake for a further 10-15 minutes at 200 degrees celcius. Your pizza can be considered cooked when the cheese is nicely melted. Please note, these instructions are only a guide, feel free to experiment and have fun!